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Portfolio: An Empty Field by Elisabeth Tonnard

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Portfolio: Shame by Elissa Levy

Shame Elissa Levy Taking imagery from newspapers, I deconstruct the icons of power and loss that populate the printed media, such as soldiers, athletes, celebrities, and politicians. When their forms are isolated, they become stripped of their identifying cues of

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Portfolio: Citizen by Michael Danner

The Citizen Michael Danner Over the last year I have been photographing people at political rallies and demonstrations in Berlin. My starting point was the recent surge of populist and authoritarian parties and tendencies worldwide that has been threatening liberal

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Portfolio: Beyond The Drama by Saara Mäntylä

Beyond The Drama Saara Mäntylä I knock on the door. A couple of unfamiliar faces appear before me. We shake hands; I enter. I look around the apartment with intent and persistence. Masked in small talk, the questions I ask

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From the May/June 2017 Issue

Portfolio: Congratulations and Celebrations Ellen Lesperance   The Chainletter Tapes Mary Billyou The slot in our front door rattled, and my sister received a letter. I read it, looking over her shoulder. Quickly, she folded it up and put it

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The Constant Resist by David Moriya

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Preview of Rosalind Fox Solomon’s 3-channel installation Got to Go at Bruce Silverstein Gallery

Preview of Rosalind Fox Solomon’s 3-channel installation Got to Go at Bruce Silverstein Gallery

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Installation Footage of Rineke Dijkstra: Rehearsals

Installation footage of Rineke Dijkstra: Rehearsals

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Portfolio: Angry Bird Builds a Bridge Text by Dee Axelrod, Photographs by Sarah van Gelder

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  Portfolio / Angry Bird Builds a Bridge / Dee Axelrod and Sarah van Gelder / www.RevolutionWhereYouLive.org

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Angry Bird Builds a Bridge by Sarah van Gelder

Angry Bird Builds a Bridge Text by Dee Axelrod Photographs by Sarah van Gelder I met Angry Bird during my second stay at Oceti Sakowin camp, located near the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe reservation in Cannonball, North Dakota. The camp,

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Current Issue, Vol. 45, nos. 2 & 3

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Citizen by Michael Danner


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An Empty Field by Elisabeth Tonnard

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